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Futura to release ‘Futuralia Part One’ VA

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Leon and his fast-growing Futura imprint drops its first VA, titled ‘Futuralia Part One’, with three strong tracks from DJ Fronter, Side B, and Sunday Noise and Cris Ocaña, and they deliver three bangers to get any party started.

First out of the box is DJ Fronter with ‘Zezzzs’. DJ Fronter has previously released on high-profile labels such as Hot Creations, Circus, Toolroom, and more, with support coming from luminaries such as Jamie Jones, Nicole Moudaber, Eats Everything, Matthias Tanzmann and more. ‘Zezzzs’ comes rolling straight out of the gate with an incessant groove that will have feet moving straight away. He layers in some tripped out sound to create a journey and then injects some serious tension in the break so when this drops the floor will go crazy.

Next up is Side B with ‘You Trust’. The Sicilian-born tech house producer has been releasing on key underground labels such as Material, Cocoa, and Hearoes and more, and has been regularly supported by the likes of Francisco Allendes, Roger Sanchez and more. For his first release on Futura, he drops ‘You Trust’ and you should trust us when we say this is a mighty powerful weapon. With driving beats, plenty of bounce to the bassline and a groove that locks you in and this one makes you want to throw shapes down on the dance floor as soon as it kicks in.

To round off this strong VA, we have Sunday Noise and Cris Ocaña with ‘Q’ Pario’. Between them, they have released on Cocoa, TBX Limited, Avotre, and Glasgow Underground. They’ve been supported by the likes of The Martinez Brothers, Yaya, Marco Carola, Jamie Jones and plenty more. Q’ Pario is a massive track with a Portuguese vocal hook that is worked into the production to perfection. With a rolling bassline and percussion driving this track along this is a big big party starter and will definitely stay in the mind long after the party has finished.

We premiere ‘Sunday Noise, Cris Ocaña – Q’ Pario’ on Data Transmission, check it out below and grab it here

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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